Puppy

Welcome to the world of puppy love! Bringing a new pup into your household is a heartwarming experience, and we're here to support you every step of the way. Discover a treasure trove of tools, informative articles, PEDIGREE® products, and even some delightful samples to make your journey with your new furry friend an unforgettable one

FAQs

Gradually transition to PEDIGREE® over seven days, starting with a small amount mixed with current food and increasing daily. Divide the recommended quantity into equal parts based on feeding frequency.

To start PEDIGREE®, we recommend the seven day conversion process. Add some quantity on day one in current feed. Gradually increase daily to convert into full meal by day seven and make sure that fresh water is available at all times. Remember that too quickly a changeover may upset your pet's metabolic balance and they may also lose interest in food.

For puppies under three months, soak PEDIGREE® in lukewarm water. After three months, feed dry PEDIGREE® with plenty of drinking water. You can also mix wet gravy with dry food to encourage eating.

Pet food ingredients serve a beneficial purpose, providing protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, or improving safety and pet enjoyment. Reputed pet food companies use approved and tested ingredients.

All PEDIGREE® ranges provide complete nutrition. PEDIGREE® Pro is the professional range with functional ingredients for specific health benefits based on breed size and life stage.

PEDIGREE® products deliver complete and balanced nutrition, undergo safety, digestibility, and palatability tests, and follow quality standards. Mars Pet Care offers various brands to meet different pet needs.

PEDIGREE® wet food generally does not contain preservatives. It is sterilized and cooked at appropriate temperatures, eliminating the need for preservatives.

Salt in PEDIGREE® is essential for maintaining a dog's fluid balance, blood volume, and nervous tissue function. PEDIGREE®e recipes meet recommended salt requirements without evidence of adverse effects.

Liver disease in dogs can result from various causes, including infections, inflammation, trauma, poisons, chemicals, toxins, and diseases of other organs. Pedigree is made from safe and validated ingredients, ensuring quality and food safety.

PEDIGREE® DENTASTIX™ oral care treats do not contain gluten.

Sugar is added in very small amounts to maintain product stability and shelf-life. At moderate levels, sugar has no detrimental effects on pets.

Key Milestones

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Feeding

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Caring

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Puppy Milestones Part 1: Early Days

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Puppy Milestones Part 3: Adolescence

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Training

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